What does that mean for NCNM Clinic patients? A PCPCH is the “gold standard of care.” NCNM Clinic is now recognized for its commitment to providing high-quality, patient-centered care by promoting better coordination of care and clinical teamwork, and a better understanding of the patient’s overall healthcare needs. Primary care homes reduce costs and improve care by focusing on preventive care, wellness and management of chronic conditions.
As a patient, you will have access to a team of providers and students who will use their combined knowledge and experience to best support you. The NCNM Clinic healthcare team consists of your naturopathic primary care physician (PCP) and a team of NCNM NDs and licensed acupuncturists and Chinese medicine practitioners—all familiar with your specific treatment program and needs. The practitioners at NCNM Teaching Clinic are recognized for their professional expertise in assessing the root cause of imbalance in the human body—and in the treatments that work with the body’s inherent healing abilities.
NCNM offers naturopathic and Chinese medicine care that assist natural healing and help you achieve your next level of wellness at all our clinics. Through our healthcare clinic at NCNM’s SW Corbett Avenue location and at our community clinics around the Metro area, teams of physicians, acupuncturists and students help you utilize the natural medicine techniques most appropriate for your unique situation.
NCNM On-Campus Teaching Clinic
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m
- Wednesday, Noon to 7:30 p.m.
- Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Call to schedule: 503.552.1551
3025 SW Corbett Avenue | Portland, OR 97201
On the corner of SW Porter St. and Corbett Ave.
Directions to the Clinic
Parking for the clinic is accessible from SW Porter St.
11975 SW 2nd Street, Beaverton
Information and appointments
Scheduling and Front Desk: 503.372.9824
Alternative Scheduling Phone: 503.552.1515 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m., M-F)
NCNM offers low-cost naturopathic and Chinese medicine health care to low income and underserved people in our community at several clinics in the Metro area.
For appointments and information contact a clinic in your area.
Volunteer at a Community Clinic
We are looking for volunteers to serve as patient advocates and assist in the set up and smooth running of our community clinics. Interested? Visit our volunteer openings page or contact Marlene Cervantes, 503.552.1593, our Internship and Volunteer Coordinator.
Housed in the NCNM Teaching Clinic, the Medicinary offers a comprehensive selection of supplements, herbs, homeopathic remedies, tinctures and other products. These are available to the public and physicians, as well as our clinic patients, through walk–in service, and mail order.